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Partner Visa (Subclass 100) The Partner Visa (Subclass 100) lets the de facto partner or spouse of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen, live in Australia permanently. It is usually granted to people who hold a temporary Partner visa (subclass 309). The Partner Visa (Subclass 100) lets you live, work or study in Australia indefinitely, sponsor eligible family members to come to Australia and apply for Australian citizenship if eligible.

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Partner Visa (Subclass 100)

Updated: 2 years ago
To become eligible for the Partner Visa (Subclass 100), you must meet the following conditions:

  • You must have a Partner Visa 309.
  • You must still be married or in a de facto relationship with your sponsor.
  • You and your sponsor must have been in a relationship for at least two years or two years must have passed since you applied for the 309/100 Visa.
  • During your relationship, you must have lived together.
  • Your relationship must be exclusive and monogamous.
  • You and your partner must be of good character.
  • You must have paid any debts you have to the Australian government.
Updated: 2 years ago
You can stay in Australia permanently.
Updated: 2 years ago
From the moment you submit your documents for the Partner Visa (Subclass 100) and until you receive it, it takes one to two years. However, if you take into account the two years it took to process your initial 309 Visa application and the two years you spent in Australia as a temporary resident, it is approximately five to six years until you become a permanent resident in Australia.
Updated: 2 years ago
You do not need to pay any processing fee for the Subclass 100 Visa. You will have paid for this visa when you applied for the combined temporary and permanent partner visas.